A notable feature of the post-pandemic world has been the brazen way in which global political leaders have continued promoting COVID-19 vaccines as safe. A rare exception in this respect is Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico, who, in a recent parliamentary speech, admitted that deaths from various cardiovascular events in his country have risen because of the vaccinations. Describing COVID-19 vaccines as “experimental” and “unnecessary,” Fico has bravely committed his government to telling Slovak people the truth about what actually happened during the pandemic.
The Slovak Prime Minister’s speech came only weeks after announcing that his political party would not support strengthening the powers of the World Health Organization (WHO) in managing the fight against future pandemics. Explaining this decision, Fico stated that “such nonsense could only have been invented by greedy pharmaceutical companies, which began to perceive the resistance of certain governments against mandatory vaccination.” Subsequent to his announcement, the WHO admitted that the plans for its controversial global pandemic agreement are at risk of falling apart. Aided by proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations of 2005, the ratification of this agreement would essentially transform the WHO into a global health dictatorship.
Who actually organized the COVID-19 circus?
Fico’s parliamentary speech addresses a number of key issues, such as how many expired vaccines Slovakia has left and how much money has been wasted on them. He also openly refers to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and secret text messages that she reportedly exchanged with Pfizer Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla. A multi-billion euro vaccine deal was subsequently completed with Pfizer, the largest such purchase in the European Commission’s entire history. “We will simply never know the truth of what role the pharmaceutical companies played,” suggests Fico, “and who actually organized the whole circus around COVID-19.”
Fico believes that the Slovak people need answers to important questions such as why people were vaccinated with various experimental vaccines, and why all sorts of drugs were used on them. An Office of the Government Plenipotentiary has therefore been created to deal with these issues. This Plenipotentiary has been empowered in terms of obtaining information from various Slovak institutions.
Fico says he is “absolutely convinced” that this investigation will lead to results and that his government will ultimately be able to tell Slovak citizens what actually happened during the pandemic. Meantime he alleges that previous governments in his country are responsible for 21,000 excess deaths since 2020 and openly accuses them of making “a huge amount of money on the unnecessary purchase of various medical equipment and vaccines.”
Will the Slovak investigation uncover at least some of the truth about the COVID-19 circus? And if it does, will it succeed in making it public? Time will tell, but investigations carried out in other countries have thus far left many questions unanswered. The total cost of the ongoing UK inquiry is eventually expected to run to more than half-a-billion pounds ($630 million), for example, but is already turning into a whitewash. In his laudable attempt to find out what really happened during the pandemic, Prime Minister Fico is likely going to have a fight on his hands.